St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral will offer a special Good Friday service. “Tre Ore” (“The Great Three Hours”) will take place from noon until 3 p.m. April 15. It is a service of homilies, hymns and prayers of the seven last words of Christ from the cross. The Rev. Canon Robert Duerr will preach. The public is invited and free to come and go as needed.
Also, an evening liturgy will be offered at 7 p.m. To see the Easter service schedule, go to www.SPCBuffalo.org.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral, at the corner of Church and Pearl in downtown Buffalo, was designed by Richard Upjohn and was considered Buffalo’s first national architectural landmark in 1851. It is classified as a National Historic Landmark. St. Paul's is now the permanent site for "Homeless Jesus," a sculpture installed in 2015 that attracts area residents as well as visitors from across the nation.